Nursing Jobs in Baltimore, Maryland

New Grad Nurse Residency Program - Work 40 hours per week, with some holidays, every third weekend, and some on call required. You Belong Here! Elevate Your Possibilities! The Johns Hopkins Hospita... more
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Overview At FutureCare our Licensed Practical Nurses are our frontline heroes and are the heart of healthcare. Through their unwavering commitment and hands on approach to deliver the highest standards of quality, our... more
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The Patient Care Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the management and coordination of care for the acute inpatient population. The PCC collaborates with rounding MAPMG Hospital Based Service Physicians, patient/... more
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How You'll Make an Impact We are hiring Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants with acute care experience in ER, Urgent Care, or Internal Medicine to join our growing team serving the Baltimore, MD  community.... more
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Clinical Education Specialist (RN) - Clinical Education and Professional Development Anne Arundel Medical Center, Annapolis, MD Full Time - Days (M-F, 8am-4:30pm, 40 hours/week) Status: Exempt Position Obje... more
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General Summary of Position Available Roles: Full Time Night Psych ED: three 12-hour shifts & every 3rd weekend, 7p-7:30a (flexible scheduling) PRN Night Psych RN: two 12-hour shifts; no requir... more
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The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been at the forefront of discovery, innovation, and medical advances for over 125 years. Our reputation for excellence has earned us a spot on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hosp... more
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ICU Registered Nurse (RN) - Contract

IntelyCare  •  Contract  •  Towson, MD, US  •  $59 / hour  •  1w ago
Earn as much as $59 per hour as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Towson, MD and surrounding areas with the scheduling freedom you've been searching for. As a company founded by and for nurses, we know that today's nurses... more
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Provides vascular access, care, maintenance and evaluation of vascular access sites and vascular access devices for specific patients. Education: Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN). Licensures/Certifications:... more
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GNA (Certified Geriatric Nursing Assistant) $19.00-$28.50 an hour (Randallstown, MD) Regional Care Network is looking for a Certified Geriatric Nursing Assistant at a healthcare facility located in Randallstown,... more
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Under general supervision is accountable for the clinical management of patients. Education Certified Nurse Practitioner Program OR Physician Assistant Program Skills A high level of analytical ability requir... more
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General Summary of Position Professional care provider who assesses, plans, implements, and evaluates the nursing care of patients from admission through discharge. In collaboration with the patient and family, p... more
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Serving Anne Arundel and Prince Georges Counties.  The Hospice Admissions Nurse reports to the Admissions Team Manager. The Hospice Admissions Nurse assesses patients in their place of residence or in hospitals a... more
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Details Sign-on bonus: up to $15,000 Department: Tele Observation Schedule: Full-time, 36 hours per week. Night Shift 7p-7a. Weekend/Holiday Rotation.  Hospital: Ascension Saint Agnes  Location: Bal... more
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BAYADA Home Health  has immediate openings for a  Start of Care  Registered Nurse  to perform  home health visits .  This office services clients on a per visit basis in territories throughout  Baltimore city/county .... more
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A divisional-based, non-benefited role designed to improve flexibility in staffing; must work in multiple areas within area of expertise and provide 60 hours availability in a 4-week schedule with decreased holiday and w... more
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Under general supervision, provides direct patient care to assigned patients. Education: Associate Degree from an accredited School of Nursing required; BSN preferred. For all nurses hired after 2012, Bachelor’s degr... more
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A divisional-based, non-benefited role designed to improve flexibility in staffing; must work in multiple areas within area of expertise and provide 60 hours availability in a 4-week schedule with decreased holiday and w... more
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Unit Highlights 36 Beds Respiratory, BiPap, CPAP, Cardiac and Insulin Drips Very diverse unit of interconnected RNs who work very well together.  The unit is focused on professional growth and learning. Assigned and... more
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Under general supervision, provides direct patient care to assigned patients. Education: Associate Degree from an accredited School of Nursing required; BSN preferred. Bachelor’s degree required within 3.5 years of s... more
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Join our wonderful team as a RN Unit Manager today! We are an exceptional team-oriented company hiring for RN Unit Manager ! We provide our staff with the resources, tools, and traini... more
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Director of Nursing

American Medical Associates  •  Full-time  •  Towson, MD, US  •  max $140 / year  •  1m ago
Director of Nursing located in Towson, MD Salary: $140K range based on experience Responsibilities of the Director of Nursing: Supervises all nursing staff in the facility Development and implementation... more
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Profession: Registered Nurse Specialty: Cath Lab Shift: Day 4x10-Hour (6:30 AM - 5:00 PM) Date: 09/19/2022  Job Duration: 26 WEEKS Pay:  $82 HR X 40 HRS = $3,280 $707 Weekly Housing Stipend                       ... more
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Overview Flexible Schedule, check! Private Duty, check! Benefits   Rates $15.00 - $21.00 (experienced based) Shift Differentials - Weekends $3 / Short Shifts $5 401 K Flexible Schedules 3... more
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Flexibility (prn and/or contracts w/competitive rates) & Opportunities (working at different JH facilities & exploring different units including non-clinical) Contracts currently available in Med/Surg, Neur... more
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Under general supervision, provides direct patient care to assigned patients. Education: Associate Degree from an accredited School of Nursing required; BSN preferred. Bachelor’s degree required within 3.5 years of s... more
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Overview At FutureCare our Dialysis Registered Nurses are skilled in handling patients with chronic kidney diseases. They are responsible for the delivery of all dialysis related nursing services for END Stage Renal... more
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We have a Registered Nurse opportunity open now performing home health visits in the North/Central Baltimore County throughout Monkton.  Full-Time, positions available! Up to $5,000 Sign on bonus for Full-Tim... more
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We have a Registered Nurse opportunity open now performing home health visits in the North/Central Baltimore County throughout Monkton.  Full-Time, positions available! Up to $5,000 Sign on bonus for Full-Tim... more
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Permanent Night Shift with a Weekend rotation You belong here. ELEVATE your possibilities. The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been at the forefront of discovery, innovation, and medical advances for over 125 years.... more
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Located in north-central Maryland where the Patapsco River empties into the Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore is about as well-known for its crabs as it is for its excellent hospital systems. If you’re looking for nursing jobs in Baltimore, read on to see what else you can find here.

Quick Facts About Nursing Jobs in Maryland

  • Is Maryland a compact state? Yes.
  • What do RNs earn in Baltimore? The average annual salary for RN jobs in Baltimore is $89,510, compared to the national average RN salary of $89,010.
  • Where can I find information about RN license requirements in Maryland? You can visit the Maryland Board of Nursing for up-to-date information.

What to Know When Pursuing Nursing Jobs in Baltimore

Maryland’s most populous city, Baltimore is home to more than 592,000 people. If you’re looking to further your healthcare career here, you have your choice of nurse jobs. Baltimore gives you the opportunity to work full time, part time, on contract, temporarily, or even per diem. Hospitals, doctors’ offices, nursing homes, and other skilled nursing facilities are looking for qualified RNs, CNAs, GNAs, and LPNs — and that’s where you come in.

Wondering about your potential patient base? The city has a median age of 34.5, and residents ages 65 and older make up 14% of the city. Around 70% of people are single and 30% are married; 18% of married couples have children, and just over 33% of people have children but aren’t married.

One way you can stand apart from other job seekers is to make sure your skill set includes cultural competency before you apply to nurse jobs — Baltimore has a diverse population: 62% of residents are Black, 5% are of Hispanic ethnicity, and 3% are Asian.

Working in Baltimore

The Baltimore metropolitan area is among the top 20 in the nation with the highest employment levels of healthcare practitioners and technical occupations. Healthcare alone supports more than 100,000 jobs in greater Baltimore.

Additionally, the big demand for nursing jobs in Baltimore is due in part to healthcare being among the city’s main industries, along with cybersecurity, life sciences, information technology, logistics, and manufacturing.

The city carries much prestige in healthcare. Johns Hopkins Hospital is consistently ranked among the top hospitals in the world; Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland Baltimore have top-ranked medical and nursing programs. In terms of size, the largest hospitals in Baltimore are:

  • Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • University of Maryland Medical Centre
  • Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Centre
  • MedStar Franklin Square Medical Centre

But these hospitals are not the only sources for nurse jobs. Baltimore City Health Department operates many clinics including primary care, sexual health, men’s health, and reproductive/family planning. Additionally, there are skilled nursing facilities such as assisted living centers, nursing homes, and retirement communities, plus senior centers and health and wellness programs, that rely on healthcare professionals such as yourself.

So, how long would it take you to get to your job if you lived here? On average, residents’ commute time is about 31 minutes. Around 60% of the workforce commutes via car, 18% takes mass transit, and 9% carpools.

Wondering who will watch your kids while you’re at work? Baltimore offers a variety of childcare assistance programs, plus after school and enrichment classes, that can give you a hand. If you have a dog that needs walking or a cat that needs feeding while you’re working a double, you have your choice of pet sitters. Fun fact: Baltimore is the second fastest-growing dog-friendly city in the country.

Living in Baltimore

There are more than 200 neighborhoods in Charm City, so you’re sure to find one (or many) that fits you perfectly, whether that’s the National Landmark Historic District of Mount Vernon, the shopping and food scenes of Hamilton-Lauraville, the kitschy cool of Hampden, and nearly everything in between.

The same variety applies to local restaurants. For starters, Baltimore is a food lover’s paradise — and it goes beyond the spectacular seafood. Feel like something fancy? Seek out the city’s James Beard-nominated chefs. Want something more casual? Baltimore is home to the oldest continuously operating public market system in the country. At any one of the city’s expansive markets, expect to be overwhelmed by options ranging from chicken and waffles to vegan delights.

If art is what you’re after, check out a bevy of the city’s museums and galleries. The Baltimore Museum of Art is recognized for having one of the nation’s most remarkable collections of 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century art. It’s also home to over 1,200 works by Henri Matisse, more than any other public institution in the world. Be sure to visit the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, one of the largest African American museums in the world, with a collection of more than 10,000 pieces. Don’t miss the one-of-a-kind American Visionary Art Museum, dedicated to humor and creative intuition.

When it’s time to travel, Baltimore-Washington International Airport is 13 miles from downtown. You’re also not too far from Ronald Reagan National and Dulles International airports. For day trips, you can drive to Annapolis and Washington D.C. in under 40 minutes if the traffic isn’t bad. Even closer is the 1,800-acre Gunpowder Falls State Park — one of the largest in Maryland — where you can go hiking, biking, swimming, sailing, and more. In the winter, it’s a great place to cross-country ski.

Speaking of seasonality, the year-round weather in Baltimore is humid and hot in the summer, with average highs above 79 degrees. Winters are cold and occasionally snowy, with average highs below 52 degrees.

Given its wealth of culture and attractions, Baltimore has a higher cost of living by around 8%, although home prices are actually 2% below the national average. That said, rents are 36% higher — around $1,870 per month.

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